T'rumah

תְּרוּמָה
Gifts

Exodus 25:1−27:19

When Is T'rumah Read?

/ 4 Adar I 5782
/ 4 Adar 5783
/ 8 Adar I 5784

Summary

  • God asks the Children of Israel to donate gifts (t'rumah) for the building of the Tabernacle so that God may "dwell among them." (25:1-9)
  • Instructions for the construction of the Ark, table, and menorah are provided. (25:10-40)
  • Detailed directions are given on how to build the Tabernacle. (26:1-27:19)

Ten Minutes of Torah: T'rumah Commentary

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The Importance of Gracious Receiving

By: Rabbi Mary Zamore

At the beginning of my relationship with my husband, I was not always gracious in receiving his gifts because I felt they did not reflect who I am and pointed to his not truly knowing me. In hindsight, I see an earnest young man, a little overwhelmed by the task of trying to please his love. Along...

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